This 1978 Chevrolet Camaro is truly something different. After all,
the factory never offered anything more than T-tops, but this
custom roadster will always make sure you're open to the world. And
everything from the full blackout style to the Bluetooth radio
makes this a terrific custom cruiser.
The first thing you're going to notice is the profile...and so will
everyone else. The topless roadster style easily attracts a crowd
because classic car fans know it's custom work. The rear panel has
a particularly well-done custom style that smoothly eliminates the
lines where the roof was cut. And the resulting rear panel end
looks a lot like a Porsche 911 convertible that would be out a few
years later. The roadster look is met with plenty of aggressive
style. It has gloss black paint that's joined by a full blackout on
the headlight bezels, grille, sport mirrors, and rear panel. There
are even matte black racing stripes. And there were also terrific
dark upgrades like the cowl hood, integrated side exhaust, and
18-inch black Ridler wheels. What we like best about this is that
the full package is not so perfect that you'll be afraid to drive
it. After all, the whole point of a custom roadster is to feel free
to enjoy the wind-in-your-hair experience.
The full blackout style continues inside. The classic Camaro
interior has been given the right upgrades. For example, the seats
have been updated with newer stock-style upholstery. And the clean
vinyl has the durable nature you want when open to the world. This
is built to be a cruiser, and so you have all the right features
like an armrest center console, custom cup holder, and sports
steering wheel. This has great driving tunes with an upgraded
AM/FM/CD stereo featuring Bluetooth, a USB input, and a powered
Under the hood is proper small block power with a 350 cubic-inch
motor. It exhales with added power and ruble thanks to a set of
long tube headers feeding the H-pipe dual exhaust. As a true
cruiser, you get a three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, front discs, modern sport tires, and even
added frame braces.
Custom cars of this caliber are rarely this affordable. So if
you're looking for a cool open-top cruiser, you know this is going
to be the most fun. Call now!
1978 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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